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“This year's Fourth of July Festival, held at TPA Park, will contain more events because of the 100th anniversary of the park. Monday will feature community historian Leroy Good. Bands will then continue with Brian Pitzer, Jason Wells and Marker 158, until 9:30 Monday night. Fireworks start at dusk and are sponsored by the Frankfort Jaycees and set to music.”

“Pitzer puts on his 'Flip Flops' for video shoot You won't find them on my feet, but Frankfort singer-songwriter Brian Pitzer celebrates summer footwear in his song "Flip Flops." Pitzer will be shooting a video for the tune off his latest album "Life Happens" at 8 p.m. Saturday at Hoops Sports Bar, 1601 Rossville Ave. in Frankfort. Often a solo performer, Pitzer will have a full band behind him composed of Indianapolis players including David Burford. Formerly of Lafayette, Burford has drummed for Nations, Groove Hop and Jeff Anderson Effect. He also was the first drummer of Kink Ador, before front woman Sharon Koltick moved to Nashville, Tenn. Saturday's show will be outside and should have a summer feel ”

“Musician Brian Pitzer will be recording a music video at Hoops Sports Bar and Restaurant at 8pm, June 18th in conjunction with Inverted Stairase Productions.Pitzer will sing the song "Flip Flops" with drummer David Burford, bass player Nathan Cooley and a vocal backup singer. He is still looking for some people to be extras. "We are going toencourage everyone who wants to be in the video to wear flip flops,"Pitzer said."This is an opportunity to stay right here in Frankfort,hear live music and be in a family atmosphere."”

“A mixture of rock, country and other music will drift through Frankfort's downtown Labor Day weekend.The Frankfort Board of Works approved a "block party" as requested by Tony Horton, a local resident and member of rock band Nasty Habit. Along with his group, locally-based acoustical singer/songwriter Brian Pitzer, Chemcoma, which is a rock group from Lafayette and Country Rock Incorporated will perform at the event, set for Sept. 4th. Horton said the music will likely last from 3 to 10pm.”

“Pitzer celebrates new album release Frankfort singer-songwriter Brian Pitzer will celebrate the release of his new album, "The Hall," in Lafayette. Pitzer will perform solo and acoustically from 6:30 to 8:30 tonight at Pepe's, S. 2525 Sagamore Parkway. See www.reverbnation.com/brianpitzer Brouk is the arts and entertainment reporter for the Journal & Courier. He may be reached at tbrouk@jconline.com ”

“Frankfort's Brian Pitzer has left some dark days of his "party scene" past behind in favor of the light at the end of "The Hall." The Frankfort singer-songwriter will celebrate the release of his new album, "The Hall," at 7 tonight at Flavors Coffee House & Deli, 63 E. Clinton St., Frankfort. The 10-track disc is a major landmark on Pitzer's journey in music, which started in hard rock bands in the 1990s and matured to a folk rock sound almost 15 years later. The album was recorded at Sound Logic studios with Amanda Overmyer bassist Scott Rottler and Waltz for Venus drummer Derek Maish to fill out the sound. 1 Where did you get the idea for the title of "The Hall"? I was inspired by "No Direction Home," the Bob Dylan story, as well as the Hunter S. Thompson quote, "The music business is a cruel and shallow money trench, a long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps run free, and good men die like dogs. There's also a negative side." Full article avalable at jconline. ”

“Went to see Brian Pitzer at Lazy Daze Coffee.Brian played a blues tune,Gravity,which had a great hook:"Just like gravity baby,you always bring me down.Other songs were Funky World and The Hall,based on a H.Thompson quote.We enjoyed Brian and the coffeehouse.-Lesley Moore”

Lesley Moore - Indiana Songwriting Connection

“The first annual Warfleigh Picnic has gone down in history as a great success. On June 6th 250 came to enjoy live music provided by the Indianapolis Songwriters Cafe, including original tunes by Brian Pitzer, Bryce Taylor, Horace Webster, Andrew Rosboroough and Brandon Javella.”

Bridget Carson - The Broad Ripple Gazette

“Local entertainers perform 1 to 4pm. Norm Gross takes on personae of Willie Nelson and his wife transforms into Patsy Cline. Brian Pitzer and Skip McDonald will also entertain those getting an early jump on the activities.”

“It was a real pleasure to hear "A Few Good Songs"..11 to be exact. "Send Me Away" is especially pleasing to me. Sounds of Sting's previous work. My other favorite, "Ear Candy"..a beautiful melody with voice like Neil Young. Many thanks for some really good sounds”

George Geokakis - 123 Kalliope

“I can't say enough about "A Few Good Songs"! The lyrics are clever and truly human in their depth of understanding. Brian's voice is pleasing to the ear and the guitar is wonderful.This is a CD worth more than a second or third listen. I applaud Brian for making this dream a reality.”

Andrea Zysk Literary Agent - Tangent Arts Magazine - Buffalo NY

“On Thursday, May 28th at 7pm,come to Harry's Coffee at the Frankfort Library to hear local musicians Brian Pitzer and Skip McDonald. "Pitzer will have copies of his new CD,"A Few Good Songs" available for purchase."”